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The Kennedy Tippit Body Switch

The Kennedy Tippit Body Switch

Robert Morningstar made one of the most important contributions to solving the murder of President John F Kennedy in Dallas, TX’s Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963 when he proposed in the mid 1990s that Dallas Police Department officer JD Tippit was murdered to provide a cover-up autopsy for the official story that Kennedy was killed by a lone gunman from behind. We wish to address a couple of objections to this proposal.

Robert Morningstar made one of the most important contributions to solving the murder of President John F Kennedy in Dallas, TX’s Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963 when he proposed in the mid 1990s that Dallas Police Department officer JD Tippit was murdered to provide a cover-up autopsy for the official story that Kennedy was killed by a lone gunman from behind. We wish to address a couple of objections to this proposal.

For those unfamiliar with the story, we will first provide a synopsis before turning to the objections. In order to prove that a lone gunman shooting from the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository assassinated the president, the murderers needed an autopsy which supported their claims.

Since the president had been hit in the head at least 3 times, at least once in the back, and once in the throat, his autopsy would show definitively that a conspiracy of multiple shooters murdered the president, a finding which would sharply contradict the official version of the murderers.

The conspirators decided that officer Tippit would make a good autopsy subject because of his close likeness to the President. Morningstar discovered that his colleagues at the DPD jocularly referred to him as “Jack” or “JFK”. As a reasonable look-alike, Tippit could be used as the body double.

Tippit was shipped to Washington on Air Force Two where the nation’s premier mortician and CIA operative John Melvin Liggett did his best to rearrange the head of the slain officer to match that of Kennedy. Unfortunately for the conspirators, Tippit’s murderer used news reports that Kennedy had been shot in the temple, and did likewise to his victim. This failure to follow orders created untold problems for Liggett and the cabal which staged the coup.

Over the years, the incomprehensible anomalies of the autopsy artifacts puzzled researchers to no end. But Morningstar discovered that the confusion could be resolved by introducing a second body – that of JD Tippit.

Some of the key signs that Tippit is actually the subject of autopsy photos is the presence of moles on the ear, a chest bullet wound, incorrect sideburns for Kennedy, different nose structure, and distinctive cranial differences between the two men – all of which appear in the photos. It was thus forensically proven that the photographs of the autopsy subject were not those of the fallen president.

Gary King of The New JFK Show presented Morningstar’s case with one episode featuring Morningstar himself. Jim Fetzer made a couple of objections, primarily that 1. Dr Earl Rose was allegedly performing an autopsy at the time Tippit was on Air Force Two, and thus could only be in one place, 2. Thousands of mourners passed by Tippit’s open casket which proves that Tippit was in it.

The first objection is not material. According to Morningstar and other researchers, Earl Rose was able to quickly conduct an autopsy. He was quoted as saying that he could have Kennedy’s body in and out within 45 minutes. With Tippit murdered at 13:07, there was enough time to perform a quick autopsy. Secret Service agents stole the body for boarding on Air Force Two after it had been removed from Methodist Hospital to Parkland Memorial Hospital.

The second objection is not material either. The UPI story for Tippit’s funeral in spare language gives the necessary information.
After the service, three dozen roses spread on top of the casket were removed and the lid was opened. More than 1,000 of Tippit’s brother officers filed to say goodbye.
An occasional tear could be seen on the grim, set faces of some.

Then the mourners filed slowly out of the church for one-block trip to Laurel Land Cemetary. Six officers carried the casket between and honor guard of police.
No one relevant saw Tippit. Either another body was used, or the casket was empty. It was kept closed until the very last moment. The Dallas Police Department was heavily involved in the murder of President Kennedy and Tippit, and would have had no problem producing 1000 people to give a fake last respect.

The 1000 officers could have easily been actors provided by the army which provided the necessary excuse to keep the family and friends away from the coffin while they were pushed to the grave. The majority of mourners probably didn’t even know what Tippit looked like.

Given the photographic evidence proving that Tippit’s body was used in the autopsy of Kennedy at Bethesda Naval Hospital, it is thus impossible that Tippit was at his funeral. Based upon Jackie and Bobby Kennedy’s remarks about the body, we know that the body in the casket of the President was Tippit’s.

References

Robert Morningstar, The Ultimate Secret of the JFK Assassination, deeppoliticsoforum.com, November 11, 1998, accessed 12/29/2016

Robert Morningstar, Episode 72, The New JFK Show, nd, accessed YouTube 12/29/2016

Robert Morningstar, JFK-Tippit Photo Splice, nd

Rick Thorne, JFK Murder Proof Officer Tippit in JFK's Grave?, YouTube, January 12, 2016, accessed 12/29/2016

 

 



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